Socialize

Facebook
Home » Archives by category » Community (Page 67)

Ray County Farm Bureau helps thank AG producers

Ray County Farm Bureau members helped celebrate Thank a Farmer Week, Feb. 2-8, a celebration of the U.S. food supply provided by America’s farmers and ranchers. Within the first two…

Adopt-a-Pet: Female Whippet pup, 2 cats need homes

This week’s featured Humane Society of Ray County pets include a new dog, a young female Whippet mix named Marlo.  She is mostly black with a bit of white on…

Postcards: Elliott family roots intertwine with Ray County history

By Linda Emley Teddy Roosevelt Elliott stopped by the Museum this week and we were talking about the battle of Albany. It took me a few minutes before I realized…

Rabbit Tracks: Homeless man wasn’t without resources

By Robert Smith Wonder if you’ve heard this one: An old homeless man approached a wealthy looking man on the street and He asked him for some money because he…

‘True honor and privilege’ working together to educate R-XVI students

Editor’s note: This is a letter Superintendent of Schools Damon Kizzire distributed to Richmond staff to announce his acceptance of a new job. As you know I did not receive…

Jason: Don’t ask for whom the bells toll; when TV stars of my childhood die, they toll for me

By Jason Offutt Author’s note: Warning. The following column is filled with unchecked nostalgia. Enter at your own risk. So far 2014 hasn’t been kind to my childhood. On the…

Water issues top Hardin City Council’s Feb. 25 agenda

Hardin City Clerk Patty Lam said water-related issues would be the No. 1 prioritywhen the Board of Aldermen meets at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 at Hardin City Hall. Issues up…

Thursday hearing to air 10 Hwy. bridge plans

By JoEllen Black MoDOT will have a public hearing on preliminary designs to replace two 80-year-old Highway 10 bridges – one over Fishing River East Fork, between Regent Avenue and…

Caution advised after 2 scams thwarted

By JoEllen Black and David Knopf Concern for others and the timely intervention of a Walmart employee recently helped thwart two attempted scams. A Richmond resident returned home to find…

CPR, AEDs speak one language: Saving lives in emergencies

By David Knopf, News Editor The acronyms AED and CPR are widely used – even if the finer points of what they do and how they work together are glossed…